100 Best category winners for 2006

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Wednesday, March 01, 2006

2006 100 Best Companies




100 Best Category Winners

Benefits, attraction & retention
Large Small
1. U.S. Cellular 1. Weston Dealerships
2. Edge Wireless LLC 2. Bridge City Legal
3. Walsh Construction Co. 3. Conkling Fiskum & McCormick
4. T-Mobile USA 4. Jordan Schrader PC
5. The Personnel Department 5. Neurology Associates of Eugene-Springfield PC

Work environment
Large Small
1. U.S. Cellular 1. Weston Dealerships
2. The Personnel Department 2. Bridge City Legal
3. Barco Medical Imaging Systems / Edge Wireless LLC (tie) 3. Performance Health Technology
4. Carr Auto Group / David Evans & Assoc. (tie) 4. Conkling Fiskum & McCormick / Staff Finders Technical of OR (tie)
5. Umpqua Bank 5. Madden Industrial Craftsmen

Decision making & trust
Large Small
1. U.S. Cellular 1. Weston Dealerships
2. The Personnel Department 2. Bridge City Legal
3. Equity Office 3. Madden Industrial Craftsmen
4. Edge Wireless LLC 4. Neurology Associates of Eugene-Springfield PC
5. Carr Auto Group 5. Windermere/Realty Partners

Performance management
Large Small
1. The Personnel Department 1. Weston Dealerships
2. U.S. Cellular 2. United Human Capital Solutions
3. Edge Wireless LLC 3. Bridge City Legal
4. Sprint LCS / Medford Solutions 4. Windermere/Realty Partners
5. The Randall Group 5. Neurology Associates of Eugene-Springfield PC

Career development & learning
Large Small
1. U.S. Cellular 1. Weston Dealerships
2. The Personnel Department 2. Bridge City Legal
3. Barco Medical Imaging Systems 3. Windermere/Realty Partners
4. Edge Wireless LLC 4. Reitmeier Mechanical
5. Carr Auto Group / Equity Office (tie) 5. Arciform LLC

Employer benefits survey
Large Small
1. Nike 1. NW Newborn Specialists PC
2. Autodesk 2. Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
3. T-Mobile USA 3. Boly:Welch
4. Providence Health System, OR 4. Pittman & Brooks PC
5. Comcast 5. Palo Alto Software

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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